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The Unraveling Mind

by Mortiis

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Lohtek Timeless planetary education. Favorite track: Submit (Subdued).
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XUN Beautifully crafted industrial filth. Favorite track: The Unraveling Mind.
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witcheverpath Absolutely phenomenal. Otherworldly and grounded in the industrial grime at the same time. So glad for this release.
Eric Clay
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Eric Clay An excellent slice of industrial-tinged dark ambient, non-dungeon synth style. Really makes me wish that Mortiis got tapped to score more films and video games. Favorite track: Submit (Flux).
The Reaper's Preacher
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The Reaper's Preacher Makes me think of what might've happened if Mortiis scored the music for Omikron Favorite track: Submit.
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panzerdivision I've been waiting for this album ever since the film "broken" was released way back in 2006. I had given up on it being released but out of nowhere...here it is. While it is not a true dungeon synth album, it's really an industrial work I'm still very pleased to have it. It could stand as an era all of it's own.
Hollowed 03:49
Submit 04:42
Redeemer 01:40
Surge 01:24
Zotheca 08:40
Thrall 04:26


Unreleased "lost" album from 2006. Available digitally (legally) for the first time!

In 2006 Mortiis recorded a whole album´s worth of material for an underground horror movie. The majority of the music was never used, and none of it has ever been released in album format, until now. We pressed a total of 250 LPs, in 5 different vinyl colors. The first 50, on red marbled vinyl, and numbered in Mortiis´ own blood! All copies were sold strictly at shows and from Mortiis´ Webstore. All copies are now sold out.

All Rights Reserved Omnipresence Productions


released February 1, 2019

All music written by Mortiis
Mastered by Jules Seifert at Epic Audio Media, London
Artwork by Bryce Edsall


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Mortiis Oslo, Norway

Joined Emperor 1991.
Fired from Emperor on grounds of a "bad attitude" late 1992.
Formed Mortiis next day.
Planned recordings in Transylvania 1993.
That did not happen.
Released several solo albums in the 90´ies & weirding out the music industry with his prosthetic mask.
Oh those yonder days of media hypocrisy.
Became band. Band died.
Broke ribs, dreams and industry shackles, but remained free.
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